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Performer: San Francisco Opera

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San FranciscoCarmen

Bizet: Carmen
Michelle Merrill; Francesca Zambello; San Francisco Opera; James Gaffigan; J'Nai Bridges; Matthew Polenzani; Kyle Ketelsen

San FranciscoOrlando

Handel: Orlando
Christopher Moulds; Harry Fehr; San Francisco Opera; Sasha Cooke; Heidi Stober; Christina Gansch; Aryeh Nussbaum Cohen

San FranciscoRusalka

Dvořák: Rusalka
Eun Sun Kim; Sir David McVicar; San Francisco Opera; Rachel Willis-Sørensen; Brandon Jovanovich; Kristinn Sigmundsson; Jamie Barton

San FranciscoRoméo et Juliette

Gounod: Roméo et Juliette
Yves Abel; Jean-Louis Grinda; San Francisco Opera; Eric Chevalier; Carola Volles; Amina Edris; Nadine Sierra

San FranciscoBilly Budd

Britten: Billy Budd
Lawrence Renes; Michael Grandage; San Francisco Opera; Christopher Oram; John Chest; Christian Van Horn
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Heggie creates a new holiday tradition for the opera world

Golda Schultz (Clara) © Cory Weaver | San Francisco Opera
A wonderfully realized production at San Francisco Opera of Jake Heggie's operatic version of a holiday classic. 
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A Cav & Pag with virtues and flaws at San Francisco Opera

Tango time © Cory Weaver | San Francisco Opera
Tenor-turned-director José Cura transplants the action from southern Italy to Buenos Aires. 
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The San Francisco Ring: Episode IV – A New Hope

Daniel Brenna (Siegfried), Stacey Tappan, Renée Tatum and Lauren McNeese (Rhinemaidens) © Cory Weaver | San Francisco Opera
The world is gloriously redeemed in the gripping final installment of San Francisco Opera's Ring cycle.
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A gritty Siegfried at San Francisco Opera

Daniel Brenna (Siegfried) © Cory Weaver | San Francisco Opera
Both the technical effects and the singing impress in San Francisco Opera's dark Siegfried.
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Valkyries parachute into San Francisco

Iréne Theorin (Brünnhilde) and her Valkyrie sisters © Cory Weaver | San Francisco Opera
San Francisco Opera's Die Walküre overcame a disappointing first act, winning the audience over with excellent singing and playing and impressive stage effects.
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